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Jessica Sanders


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Past articles by Jessica:

5 Road Trip Games for Kids

Long car trips can be a fun family experience or a trying couple of hours. If you want to avoid the latter, play road trip games. With everyone included, you can enjoy family bonding, while time flies by with the passing scenery. Don't have any road trip games up your sleeve? Try one of these. 1. License Plate Game There are a number of road trip games you can play with license plates. Choose… → Read More

Quiz: What Type of Camper Are You?

With more than 15,000 campgrounds across the country, choosing the best one for your trip can be difficult. The trick is to know what kind of camper you are. A glamper won't appreciate the lack of amenities that a minimalist camper enjoys; and adventurous campers thrive on having activities nearby while relaxed campers just need a comfortable spot to rest their feet. The good news is that… → Read More

Best Cabin Rentals Across the U.S.

Picture your ideal cabin in the woods. What do you see? Is it a simple log home tucked away in the wilderness? Is there a lake, a hiking trail or a local forest to explore? Whatever your vision, the view from the porch should be stunning. Here are a few of the best spots for cabin rentals across the U.S. Be sure to reserve one for your next camping trip. Golden Gate Canyon State Park Golden,… → Read More

6 Quick Tips for RV Beginners

Whether you're a family of weekend campers or a retired couple looking to travel full-time, every RV beginner has to know a few important things before making the maiden voyage. Here are six quick tips to consider before you pile in and head out. Tip 1: Decide Whether to Buy or Rent This isn't always an easy decision, with pros and cons for both. However, when you consider a few key factors, the… → Read More

The Healthiest Late-Night Snacks

No need to deny yourself a late-night snack. Choose one of these fun and nutritious options for a fulfilling nighttime nibble. → Read More

What You Feel Like vs. What You Look Like During a Triathlon

The difference between how you look during a triathlon and how you feel while you're doing it is often quite humorous. Take a minute to laugh at yourself today. → Read More

5 Tips for Camping Without a Fire

Your campfire is a stove, a heater and a source of light when the sun goes down. But don't worry if you can't have one—here's how to have a great time without it. → Read More

8 Tips for State Park Camping

Do you know when to make your reservation? Do you know the rules for camping with your dog? Keep these tips in mind on your next state park camping trip. → Read More

The Healthiest Late-Night Snacks

You don't have to deny yourself a late night snack if your stomach is rumbling. Choose one of these fun and nutritious options for a fulfilling nighttime nibble. → Read More

The Science Behind Why Camping Makes You Happy

You leave your campsite feeling refreshed, relaxed and happy. That's no coincidence—here's the science to prove it. → Read More

The Healthiest Late-Night Snacks

You don't have to deny yourself a late night snack if your stomach is rumbling. Choose one of these fun and nutritious options for a fulfilling nighttime nibble. → Read More

First Time Camping: 10 Mistakes to Avoid

If this is your first time camping, you may assume all campsites are created equal. Quite the contrary! Rookie campers often get stuck with that one spot that offers no shade, no grass and is in a high-traffic area. Avoid it: A good tent site has shade, grass and flat ground. If you can't tell from the reservation site, call the campground to ask about site-specific features. → Read More

8 Fun Things to Do in Indiana

Animal encounters, mountain biking trails and cave explorations make Indiana a fun spot for your family vacation. Find something to do on your next trip. → Read More

8 Must-See State Parks Across the U.S.

There are 6,624 state parks in the United States. These ones stand out among the rest with waterfalls, coral reefs and an aerial tramway. → Read More

5 Camping Meal Ideas for a Large Group

Leave your stress at home; from skewers to stir fry, these camping meal ideas make large-scale campsite cooking easier. → Read More

9 Movies That Motivate Your Fitness

You may be on the couch when you press play, but you'll be running to the gym the second the credits start rolling. → Read More

10 Post-Workout Salad Recipes

1.5 cups red leaf lettuce 1/2 cup arugula 2 thin slices smoked ham 1 hard boiled egg, sliced 5 grape tomatoes, sliced in half Drop egg in boiling water and let cook for 15 minutes. Cool with water, peel, and set aside. Toss lettuce, arugula, and grape tomatoes together. Slice egg and add to top of salad. Halve the ham slices, roll each piece and add to salad. → Read More

5 Breakfast Sandwich Recipes for the Campsite

Don't skimp on the most important meal of the day when you're camping. Check out these scrumptious recipes. → Read More

Your Guide to Post-Workout Recovery

Post-workout recovery makes you stronger and faster. Don't forget to stretch, hydrate and more after your next session. → Read More

Best National Parks to Pitch a Tent

Don't set up camp at just any national park. While most of them will provide ample opportunity to hike, swim and fish, these ones top the list for all that and much more. → Read More